FERC Chairman Willie Phillips announced the appointment of Judge Renee Terry to the position of Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge.

Judge Terry, who was named as a FERC Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in 2021, has a long career in the energy sector.  She joined FERC’s Office of Administrative Litigation (OAL) in 2005, serving initially as a Trial Attorney and then as a Supervisory Trial Attorney.  Earlier in her career, Judge Terry served as a Hearing Officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Department of Public Utilities on energy and telecommunications issues. Judge Terry also has held a variety of positions in the telecommunications industry serving as an Attorney-Advisor for the Federal Communications Commission and in the private sector at e.spire Communications as Director of Regulatory Affairs and at Xspedius Communications as Director of Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Counsel.

Judge Terry is a member of the bar of Massachusetts and the District of Columbia.

Judge Terry earned her bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University and her juris doctor from Howard University School of Law. 


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